The first event of The 12th Annual Woodstock Film & Discussion Series, Building Our Future with Protection of Land, Biodiversity, and Wildlife Corridors in the Catskills and Hudson Valley, will take place Monday January 29th at 7pm at The Woodstock Jewish Congregation.
Watch three inspiring videos and hear from Andy Mossey, Executive Director of the Woodstock Land Conservancy, about protecting our local forests and wild lands for future generations in this era of climate change and pressure for overdevelopment. Hear what is happening locally and stay for the Q&A to ask questions and find out what you can do to be part of this movement.
Presented on the last Monday of the month from January through April, the Woodstock Film & Discussion Series is free and open to all ages.
This will be a hybrid event with options to join both in person and on Zoom.
If you would like to attend remotely, via Zoom, please register to receive access link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0odO-oqDsrG9UO2FA7_9bmtN6KzkTUWgzQ
Presented the last Monday of the month from January through April, the Woodstock Film & Discussion Series is free and open to all ages. Donations are welcome and help to support these programs. https://secure.givelively.org/donate/woodstock-land-conservancy-inc/film-and-discussion-series
About the organizers:
Woodstock Land Conservancy is a non-profit organization committed to the protection and preservation of the open lands, forests, water resources, scenic areas, and historic sites in Woodstock and the surrounding area.
Woodstock Transition is part of the global Transition Town Movement of communities working to re-imagine and rebuild our world in response to the challenges of our time. Woodstock Transition engages locally to strengthen our community’s resilience and create positive alternatives.
The Woodstock Jewish Congregation is dedicated to the advancement of Jewish ethics, culture, religion, and sustainability practices. The WJC strives to enable participants to enrich their lives and that of their communities through worship, celebration, study, and fellowship.